Modifications and warranty 5th gen Rams

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Anyone know for certain what can be modified in the performance and suspension area without voiding the warranty? Thanks in advance!

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Nope. Nobody knows :geek:

We know what might... or should... or could... cause warranty denials but it seems hit or miss. Some dealers are more "by the book" than others.

If you wanna do a mod, just do it.
 

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Nope. Nobody knows :geek:

We know what might... or should... or could... cause warranty denials but it seems hit or miss. Some dealers are more "by the book" than others.

If you wanna do a mod, just do it.
Exactly, do without asking and beg for forgiveness later!:cool:
 
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Anyone know for certain what can be modified in the performance and suspension area without voiding the warranty? Thanks in advance!

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Check out the fine print in this MOPAR extended warranty. Not sure if it is the same as the initial, but it can give you an idea of what they might do and what you could get with an extended warranty.


https://www.chryslerfactoryplans.co...4-18-787_Gas_Maximum_Care_Plan_Provisions.pdf

Some of that text is here:

• Repairs due to any alterations or modifications to the Vehicle not approved or recommended by the manufacturer, including but not limited to: (a) failure of any custom or add-on / aftermarket part (unless listed as a specific covered part); (b) emissions and/or exhaust systems modifications; engine modifications, transmission modifications, and/or drive axle modifications, which includes any performance modifications; (c) oversized/undersized tires; (d) all frame or suspension modifications;

• Repairs to covered components that are the direct result of the failure of alterations or modifications not recommended by the manufacturer;

• Lift kits that exceed two (2) inches; repairs to covered components that are the direct result of the failure of a lift kit that exceeds two (2) inches;
 

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